Jul 20 2020
Aug 02 2020
Neighborhood Naturalist for Kids!- Urban Mammals

Neighborhood Naturalist for Kids!- Urban Mammals

Presented by Natural History Museum of Utah at Online/Virtual Space

At the Natural History Museum of Utah we will be exploring new topics all summer long, introducing you to local naturalists and scientists, learning more about our nearby nature, sharing fun activities you can do outside, and even connecting you with research happening right here at NHMU.

Become a Neighborhood Naturalist with Urban Mammals! Mammals like other wildlife have adapted to live in both urban and rural environments. The biggest tree squirrel in North America is called the Fox Squirrel and they were actually introduced to Utah only a few years ago. Jump in to actively explore the different types of squirrels and mammals living just outside your doorstep!

A new naturalist topic will be launched on the NHMU Summer@Home website every 2 weeks June through August. This program is FREE for the whole family. Make sure to check out other free and paid Summer@Home offerings. It is time to start learning and adventuring into your nearby nature!

Dates & Times

2020/07/20 - 2020/08/02

Location Info

Online/Virtual Space

Online/Virtual, UT 00000